Tracy Jean Larsen

2/14/1964 ~ 10/29/2020

Tracy Jean Larsen, 56, returned to her loving Heavenly Father on October 29, 2020.

Tracy was born on February 14, 1964 to Bert and Elva Porter. She married the love of her life, Chad Larsen, October 25, 1986. Together they raised their two beautiful daughters, Candice (Larsen) Holman and Lindsay (Larsen) Wootton in Spring City, UT. Their marriage was later solemnized in the Manti, UT Temple on their 20th wedding anniversary, October 25, 2006.

Tracy dedicated her life to helping special needs children. She started her career as a Paraprofessional with the North Sanpete School District in 1992. She touched the lives of many students over her 28 years of service.

Tracy was a devoted grandmother. She loved to go swimming, to the park, having sleepovers, reading and singing with her grandkids. Oftentimes you could catch her climbing through the playplace at McDonald’s. Her grandkids were her everything. She had always dreamed of becoming a grandma. She was loved deeply by her 3 beautiful grandkids, Keerah (Cook), Braylin (Wootton) and Dreyson (Wootton).

Tracy is survived by her husband Chad; children, Candice (Layne) Holman and Lindsay (Brady) Wootton; three grandchildren; mom, Elva Porter and sister, Kim (Dale) Sanderson.

Preceded in death by her dad, Bert Porter, grandma, Norma Jansson, aunt, Betty Jansson and great uncle, George Porter.

A funeral services will be held Saturday November 7, 2020 at 11:00 a.m. in the Moroni Stake Center. Viewings will be held Friday, November 6, 2020 from 6:00 to 8:00 pm at Rasmussen Mortuary and Saturday, November 7, 2020 from 9:30-10:30 am prior to services at the church. Interment in the Mt. Pleasant Cemetery. Online condolences at rasmussenmortuary.com

The State of Utah and Tracy’s family ask if you are attending please wear a mask.

10 Responses to “Tracy Jean Larsen”

  1. WILDA I MOOSMAN says:

    Dearest Chad and Girls
    Foster and I are so sorry for your loss of Tracy. She fought so hard to stay. We send love and pray for you all to find some peace and comfort in this trying time

    With deepest sympathy
    Foster and Wilda Moosman and family

  2. Kaylei Jones (Anderson) says:

    Chad,
    I am so sorry to hear about Tracy, and everything you and your family have been going through! You and your family are In my heart, my thoughts, and my prayers.

    Kaylei Jones
    (Anderson)

  3. Paul Crowther says:

    We would like to express our heartfelt sympathy to the family. Our thoughts and prayers will be with each of you. She touched many lives including ours.

    Paul & Diane Crowther

  4. Bobbe Monk says:

    Sincere condolences

  5. Cynthia DeGrey says:

    Dear Chad and family – we certainly extend our condolences to you all on the death of Tracy. She was always so happy and kind to everyone. You were both great neighbors when you lived in Spring City. We pray you will feel love and peace at this difficult and very sad time. Tracy has touched a lot of lives and we pray now that Heavenly Father will watch over you all.

  6. Kaye Watson says:

    Chad and daughters, So sorry to hear that Tracy had passed to a new realm. Roger told me before I heard anywhere else. I remember Lindsay was Eric’s age and of course you lived close by. Thanks for your service to Spring City and other places.

  7. Avrin Brothersen says:

    Chad,
    I am so sorry to hear about Tracy. I always enjoyed visiting with you guys at social gatherings. Tracy was a special gal. She was so excited about everything her girls were doing and wearing. She carried that special gift into the schools where she felt each child was special and got her undivided attention. I am saddened by what COVID 19 has taken from you and your family. May your health improve now. I am sure your beautiful daughters are a great comfort. God all of you.

  8. Kent Petersen says:

    Chad
    sorry for your loss I met tracy jean 42yrs ago in orem when she was staying with her grandmother she enjoy playing volleyball and riding on my motorcycle.that summer.i seen her when I was working in mt.pleasent a few years later when I got to the door and knocked a little girl opened it and said mom it’s daddy I got a smile from that. That girl was candice then I lost touch with her..I seen that her dad had passed away. I was very saddened to see that sweet girl had passed away also. May the lord comfort your family’s. From and old friend .

  9. Darrell & LuDean White says:

    Chad, Candice, and Lindsay – –
    We would like to express our sincere sympathy to all of you. So sorry for her loss. Tracey was a special person who loved life. May the blessings of the Lord be with you all. Chad, may you be blessed as you continue to recover.
    With Love,
    Darrell & LuDean White

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